How to Paint on Glass With Pebeo Glass Paints

Using PEBEO Vitrea Glass paints and markers have become so much fun to use and to transform anything in your cupboards that is on the plain side.

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How to Paint on Glass With Pebeo Glass Paints
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The PEBEO Glass Vitrea markers make painting glass so easy

The PEBEO Glass Vitrea markers make painting glass so easy

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Notice how plain my little glass pot is! Although the new Princeton brush sets of mine look pretty appealing in it.

Notice how plain my little glass pot is! Although the new Princeton brush sets of mine look pretty appealing in it.

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Wash and dry your glass in hot soapy water and dry well. (To remove any oils etc)

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Using PEBEO Vitrea 160 gold outliner:

Using PEBEO Vitrea 160 gold outliner:

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Draw your design straight onto the glass, letting each side dry before you turn so you don't smudge it. I found a scrapping paper with these cute little bird images. (No label)

Draw your design straight onto the glass, letting each side dry before you turn so you don't smudge it. I found a scrapping paper with these cute little bird images. (No label)

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Use a toothpick to clean up any lines or corrections. A rag is handy to have close by if you need to wipe bits/errors off.

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Fill in the images with the PEBEO Porcelaine markers. This part is really fun. Memories of colouring in books come flooding back.

Fill in the images with the PEBEO Porcelaine markers. This part is really fun. Memories of colouring in books come flooding back.

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Let dry between sides so you can turn without smudging. And add small black dots with the black market for eyes.

Let dry between sides so you can turn without smudging. And add small black dots with the black market for eyes.

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As I use this pot filled with water for painting/washing brushes, I decided to put a pretty blue swirl on the bottom that I could see thru the water (while it is clear anyway)

As I use this pot filled with water for painting/washing brushes, I decided to put a pretty blue swirl on the bottom that I could see thru the water (while it is clear anyway)

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Now your glass ware is ready to be put in the oven. Put in a cold oven, raise temperature to 160•C for 40 min, let cool in oven before you remove it.

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Now your design is baked on and dishwasher resistant.

Now your design is baked on and dishwasher resistant.

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How cute

How cute

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Is

Is

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That ??? I liked my little glass washing jar before but now... Oh My, it's just the cutest thing on my desk. I love it. Hopefully you have something plain you can enjoy beautifying as I have.

That ??? I liked my little glass washing jar before but now... Oh My, it's just the cutest thing on my desk. I love it. Hopefully you have something plain you can enjoy beautifying as I have.

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